Disc 1: Set 2: 01. //Scarlet Begonias > * 02. Fire On The Mountain 03. Lost Sailor > 04. Saint Of Circumstance > 05. Jam 06. Drums > 07. Space 08. Not Fade Away > 09. Morning Dew, 10. E: Johnny B. Goode 11. Bobby says 'thank you'
* cuts in at the "she had rings on her fingers ...."
The version that matches the etree md5s has some naming
All the seed is, is set 2. The md5s would lead one to believe there
is more here than just set 2.
The tracks are named d2t201-d2t207, which is Scarlet through Space.
Then the seed has d3t301-d3t309, of which d3t301-d3t305 is a repeat of
Lost Sailor> Saint> Jam> Drums> Space.
d3t306-d3t309 is the correct ending to the set (NFA>Dew, JBG and
a four second track where Bobby says ''thank you, goodnight").
October 31, 2014 Subject:
It's a shame that the inclusion of a song or two in a commercial release locks out the entire show from the archive, particularly when there are no audience tapes uploaded. I do not begrudge the authors the right to benefit from their intellectual property, I just want to know what that show sounded like. For me, the amalgamation characteristic of all the "live" albums are interesting, but not representative of the experience and therefore artificial.
This second set is as solid as any other. By this point in the fall of 1979, there is clearly a peak that is being scaled and we're damn near the top.
February 25, 2010 Subject:
Phil's droppin' bombs!
Pretty damn good 2nd set. Lots of energy, you can tell that the band is really into it & giving it their all. Phil is turned up loud in the mix & is all over the place. I'm not a huge drums>space fan, but I've got to give props to the drummers on this one, very nice job. Fans who saw this show must have had a hell of a time . . .
December 23, 2009 Subject:
First Morning Dew in one & a half years. The crowd goes beserk and the lead in to this song is incredible. It is the most rocking & loudest Dew I have ever heard. I had this tape as a high schooler and loved it. Saw my first Morning Dews 6 months later at Nassau (5/80). That was one of the best moments for me. I think it took 15 shows or so for me to see it as they didn't play it often back than.